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is Roscoe P. Mutterfager here...'
minutes of comedic brilliance appear on this aircheck
Raleigh Jr.'s (Dewitt Robert Raleigh) airshift comes to a
close and his replacement, Davy
Jones is nowhere to be found. Bob presses the station janitor,
'Roscoe P. Mutterfager' into service until the Jones boy arrives
to save the day.
April Fools Day stunts to listen for include mentions of 'March
32nd, a 'In New York it's #1' jingle
and a bogus station ID for WISK.
Guy DJ Davy Jones writes:
still a firm memory. It seems all the daytime jocks flipped shifts.
Howard didn't consider the fact that maybe, just maybe I'd
like a night off, so he left me in the night slot...was I pissed?
No, but I decided to create a character and act like I had no
idea how to operate equipment, let alone do an air shift. As for
Raleigh Jr., he played right along with me, the funny
thing is, the timing, for example, when he shouted turn off the
microphone, turn off the mic.......just plain funny, I don't know
how long I was on the air as Roscoe P Mutterfager. But I do know
the next April 1st, I didn't do the night show, I did PM drive.
was soooooo pissed, Program
Scheu thought it was funny and so did the rest of the crew.
And that's the rest of the story..!
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